Wall & Art – 1


“When writing a novel a writer should create living people; people not characters. A character is a caricature.”
― Ernest Hemingway

Taken at a bench near the beach in Brighton, UK. I really loved how it looked that the person looked like they were actually sitting on the bench. When I saw it from a little far away, I was stuck with the way it was composed. Was the artist copying someone who was engrossed in the book or did the artist portray how the characters in a book come alive when they are reading it? I should say that it was a very lovely place to sit under the cover, with the sea waves crashing by at the back and have a book in your hand. I am sure one will lose all sense of time.

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